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World Jul 13France rushes to get vaccinated after president’s warning
More than 1 million people in France made vaccine appointments in less than a day, figures showed on Tuesday, after the president cranked up pressure on everyone to get vaccinated to save summer vacation and the French economy.
World Apr 23French prosecutors open terror probe in police official’s killing
France's national anti-terrorism prosecutor said his office took over the probe because the attacker had staked out the station, because of statements he made during the attack, and because he targeted a police official.
World Oct 28France, Germany impose new lockdowns to curb virus spread
The World Health Organization says the European region — which includes Russia, Turkey, Israel and Central Asia, according to its definition — accounted for almost half of the 2.8 million new coronavirus cases reported globally last week.
World Oct 26As virus spreads throughout Europe, French doctor warns his country has ‘lost control’
France declared a state of emergency earlier this month and has been imposing more and more restrictions since September to try to ease the pressure on France’s hospitals.
World Oct 19Facing terror charges, Basque separatist group ETA’s last boss apologizes for deaths
Josu Urrutikoetxea, the last known chief of now-extinct Basque separatist militant group ETA, is going on trial in Paris for terrorism charges, which he deems “absurd" because of his role in ending its long-standing conflict.
World Oct 16Virus at ‘turning point’ in Europe, hitting at-risk groups
Doctors are warning that Europe is at a turning point as the coronavirus surges back across the continent, including among vulnerable people, and governments try to impose restrictions without locking whole economies down.
Health Oct 09As virus fills French ICU beds, doctors ask what went wrong
National health agency figures and doctors at multiple hospitals say France hasn’t added significant ICU capacity or the staff needed to manage them since the pandemic's first wave.
Arts Sep 30‘It belongs to us!’: French trial over colonial art grows tense
Emery Mwazulu Diyabanza in part was inspired by global protests against racial injustice and colonial-era wrongs unleashed by George Floyd's death in the U.S. at the knee of a white policeman.
World Sep 28At U.N., nations urge overdue reckoning with colonial crimes
Leaders of countries once subjugated to Western powers spoke out about still-stinging scars of colonialism at this year’s U.N. General Assembly.
World Sep 25French authorities investigate knife attack that wounded at least two people, suspect in custody
It is unclear what motivated the attack or whether it was linked to Charlie Hebdo, which moved after its offices were targeted in a 2015 Islamic extremist attack that left 12 people dead.